SLR Prints to Digital
I apologise if I have put this in the wrong forum, but it is a bit of a Processing question as it is a Photoshop question,
I have a Canon EOS A2e SLR, And was informed that I can have the Negatives processed to a digital format, If I do so, When it comes to me wanting to edit in Photoshop will I still have the same editing capability as what I could do with a photograph actually taken in Digital format,
I know I can still click all the buttons in Photoshop, But will I get the same effect on a Negative processed to a Digital file, As I would have if I had taken the photograph purely in digital,
I am sorry if the question is not clear, if anyone wants me to reword it I will happily,
You will have the same control as if you were editing a digital Jpeg, but you won't have the RAW control.
Thank you for your comment Andy,
But what do you mean by RAW control, I think I need to put my Photoshop Exp to Beginner
Digital camera's (high end compacts and DSLR's) can often provide different file types.
For example, Nikon's can give you either a Jpeg (processed, ready to print) or a NEF (unprocessed, contains ALL the data captured on the sensor, gives you much greater control and allows you to alter settings such as White Balance in real terms, rather than just running an algorithm on the Jpeg).
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Ah i see, Thank You again, question answered :0)
Appreciate your help,
If your camera shoots RAW and JPEG together (most do) I would choose that, you will always have RAW files of your JPEGS you take now, and at a later date you may have more options available for editing via the RAW files.
Er................. steve, its a film slr
Originally Posted by tenchy